Schmuck shines

IN ACTION ... A Seamer pupil goes through the floor event
IN ACTION ... A Seamer pupil goes through the floor event
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NEWBY A came out on top at the Scarborough & Filey School Sport Partnership Key Steps Gymnastics Competition for years one and two.

In the event which took place at the George Pindar Community Sports College, Newby A ended up in first place with a points tally of 113.4 with Newby B second on 110.9 and Northstead third with 109.3.

Newby’s George Schmuck impressed on the day taking first place in the floor, vault and body management competitions for a clean sweep.

Key Steps forms part of the British Gymnastics competition programme with children performing on floor, vault and body management exercises.

The event was supported by Sports Leaders from GPCSC,Filey and Graham schools.

Jo Bowman, event organiser from the School Sport Partnership, said: “The standard of performance has been high.

“It was great to see children of this age enjoying their first experience of competition.

“Good luck to Newby, event winners, who go on to represent the Partnership at the North Yorkshire School Games in July.”

Results:

Floor: 1st George Schmuck (Newby) 9.6, 2nd Ella Buttery (Newby) 9.5, Nina Flood (Newby) , Jessica Grant (Northstead) 9.5, 3rd Libby Sykes (Newby) 9.4.

Vault: George Schmuck (Newby) 9.6, Abigail Hirst (Newby) 9.6, Hannah Dodds (Newby) 9.6, 2nd Chloe Webster (Seamer) 9.5, 3rd Nina Flood (Newby) 9.4.

Body Management: 1st George Schmuck (Newby) 9.8, 2nd Ella Buttery (Newby) 9.7, 3rd Phoebe Barnes (Seamer) 9.6, Nina Flood (Newby) 9.6.

Team results: 1st Newby A 113.4, 2nd Newby B 110.9, 3rd Northstead 109.3, 4th Seamer 106.5, 5th Newby C 105.4, 6th Braeburn 104.8.